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Arrest made in carjacking of FBI agent, DC police say

A 17-year-old from Southeast Washington has been arrested and charged in the carjacking of an FBI agent on Capitol Hill, DC police said.

Trump declines to rule out abusing power or seeking retribution if he returns to the White House

The GOP presidential front-runner has talked about targeting his rivals — referring to them as "vermin" — and seeking retribution if he returns to the Oval Office for what he argues are politically motivated prosecutions against him.

A second Trump administration will ‘come after’ people in the media in the courts, an ally says

A Donald Trump ally who worked in his Justice Department says that if the former president is elected again, his administration will retaliate against people in the media “criminally or civilly.”

Denny Laine, founding member of the Moody Blues and Paul McCartney’s Wings, dead at 79

Fans of the early Moody Blues best recall Mr. Laine as the singer of their hit "Go Now."

Biden administration pledges $6 billion to a pair of high-speed electric rail routes in the US West

The long-stalled projects are hailed by supporters as the future of public transportation but bemoaned by critics for their high price tags and lengthy construction times.

Supreme Court signals it will uphold a tax on foreign income

Conservative and liberal justices voiced concerns that ruling for a Washington state couple challenging a provision of the 2017 tax bill would threaten other provisions of the tax code.

Supreme Court case could spark rush of reverse discrimination claims

A case before the Supreme Court is being closely watched by civil rights groups who argue that valid workplace discrimination claims are often dismissed in court because of a requirement that plaintiffs prove they were harmed by the actions of their employers.

Nearly everyone gets A’s at Yale. How, then, is excellence defined?

The findings of a new report have frustrated some students, alumni, and professors.